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|Title:||Stability and change in living arrangements in Indonesia, Singapore, and Taiwan, 1993-99|
|Source:||Frankenberg, E., Chan, A., Ofstedal, M.B. (2002-07). Stability and change in living arrangements in Indonesia, Singapore, and Taiwan, 1993-99. Population Studies 56 (2) : 201-213. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/00324720215928|
|Abstract:||We use longitudinal data from Indonesia, Singapore, and Taiwan to examine stability and change in the co-residence of older adults and their children. Longitudinal data support the analysis of transitions in living arrangements. We focus on how life-cycle characteristics of older adults and their children are related to co-residence at a point in time, to maintaining co-residence over time, and to transitions into and out of co-residence. We find that many of the characteristics found to be associated with co-residence at baseline interviews exhibit an even stronger association with continued co-residence over time. While some of the results support the interpretation that co-residence provides support for parents as they age, the needs of children also play an important role in the decision to co-reside.|
|Source Title:||Population Studies|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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